R'Cho couldn't have been the "only" Klingon to play this game, as the picture in this article shows Worf quite well ready to play a game. I changed this line to add "profesionally" as that seems to be the implication. If there is a better way to clarify this, feel free.--31dot 02:04, 24 July 2008 (UTC)

The article says "Klingon national" and Worf was adopted and raised by humans, so he has Federation citizenship. 12:55, September 9, 2009 (UTC) kassorlae
does anyone know what the hell parrises squares is?The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

The article pretty much covers it. It was never said exactly what it is.--31dot 02:18, May 14, 2010 (UTC)

The game we have never, ever actually seen played

From 11001001 to The First Duty, we have oft heard about Parrises squares but we have no clue what the game really is. Since TNG we have had 3 other shows set in the time it was referenced, and no matter how many times it was spoken of, we have never even seen it performed in a Holosuite in Quark's Bar, Grill, Gaming House and Holosuite Arcade. I am really hoping Star Trek: Picard finally gives us a long, overdue visual. Would really be nice to see what it is.--GILESFAN411 (talk) 00:11, March 1, 2020 (UTC)

Please note that article talk pages are for discussing changes to the article only; specific questions may be asked at the Reference Desk, while open ended discussion may take place in the discussion forum(click "Discuss" in the top taskbar). 31dot (talk) 02:16, March 1, 2020 (UTC)

I thought I was raising a valid point, the game HAS been mentioned with great frequency thruout the franchise, but we still after so many years have never seen Parrises squares actually performed. What is it? What are the rules? Trek's greatest mystery I think.--GILESFAN411 (talk) 03:47, March 1, 2020 (UTC)

I am not saying your point is or is not valid, only that this isn't the place to bring it up. 31dot (talk) 15:03, March 1, 2020 (UTC)
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